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allowed to go home finally today. >>> now to sanford, florida and the trial of george zimmerman. the focus was on the injuries sustained during what became a deadly confrontation. ron mott with us from there this evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. a different day of testimony today compared to yesterday, there were only three witnesses who made it up to the stand compared to 10 yesterday. most of the focus was on george zimmerman's injuries and trayvon martin's gunshot wound. the defense called a well known expert who testified the evidence he reviewed supports zimmerman's account of shooting martin while martin was on top of him. he also testified there were six impact injuries to george zimmerman's face and head. on cross-examination, the prosecutor showed the doctor a picture of george zimmerman's bloody nose and mouth. he was covering his mouth yet no blood was found on martin's hand. this jury could be charged before the end of this week. >> ron mott, sanford, florida this week. >>> medical marijuana, adults, of course, have been using it for years. now a growing number of par
. >>> at the trial in sanford, florida, george zimmerman's defense team started its first full day presenting its case. on the stand, trayvon martin's father. the point of contention today? what he heard on the 911 call. our report tonight from nbc's ron mott. >> reporter: today, defense attorney mark o'mara challenged trayvon martin's father about whether he told police the first time he heard the 911 call that it was not his son's voice screaming for help. >> i kind of pushed away -- away from the table and shook my head and said i can't tell. >> reporter: the prosecutor later listened to the tape at the mayor's office 20 times. >> basically what i was listening to. i was listening to my son's last friday for he cry for help, listening to his life being taken, and i was coming -- trying to come to grips that trayvon was here no more. >> reporter: earlier, the lead investigator offered a different reaction to the 911 tape. >> i inquired if that was, in fact, his son yelling for help. >> what was his response? >> he -- he was more of a -- verbal and nonverbal. he looked away and under his breath
for the defense. 11 news reporter jay gray is in sanford, florida with details on today's proceedings. >> good evening. the defense strategy shifted today, turning to a review of the details, which their expert testified supported zimmerman's testimony of self-defense. way to veryy gave technical analysis in the courtroom today. wrecks more specifically talk about the gunshot itself -- >> more specifically talk about the gunshot itself and the mechanics involved in that. >> dr. vincent di maio walked methodically through his review of the evidence. he said the gun was pressed against his close the night the teenager was killed and was conscious for 10 to 15 seconds after the fatal shot. in the face of the contact of the clothing indicates that this is consistent with mr. zimmerman's account that mr. , leanings over him forward at the time of the shots. >> at times using a photo of a bloodied george zimmerman, he told the jury that his wounds were consistent with being punched. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and told police he killed martin in self-defense. >> are his
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